City seeks comment on ‘wayfinding’ system

The city of Langley is considering two design options for a new city-wide wayfinding program, which is a system of information to help visitors.

Posters of the designs will be displayed in City Hall until Sept. 14, allowing time for public comment.

A box will be available for written comments below the posters, or comments can be emailed to the planning department.

Graphics of the designs can also be found on the city’s website.

Wayfinding signage is the process of delivering information and orientation within a specific environment. For Langley, the wayfinding strategy consists of signs to guide visiting motorists — as well as locals — efficiently into the downtown core, find parking and identify key attractions.

A series of pedestrian “directionals” will navigate people walking around the city featuring Langley’s Village by the Sea brand.

— Information on wayfinding options online: www.langleywa.org

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